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Old 25-08-2019, 06:59 AM
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Originally Posted by hughff View Post
I've always felt that the black is a good look for the fans. Keep it as a never used third kit. FOr the players on the pitch, you want something brighter, hence yellow.
Absolutely agree. Nice for fans as a slightly subtler option, but not good on the pitch. To be honest, now that the club has a better range of training and leisurewear, I think it would suffice if there was something 'evil' in that range without having to have a full matchday kit.

Agree with a range of matchday kits based on:

Red and blue stripes
Yellow
White with some sort of sash
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